Asahikawa Grand Hotel is located on the east side of Heiwa Street Kaimono Park, the main street that runs straight from Asahikawa train station. As a base for sightseeing to Asahiyama Zoo or Furano, and as the tallest city hotel convenient to the East Hokkaido region, it offers magnificent quality.
The elegant architectural beauty of the lobby and entrance was by Canadian designer John Edison, great-grandson to inventor Thomas Edison. It welcomes you with the dignity of luxurious European style.
Address: 6-jo-dori 9-chome, Asahikawa City, Hokkaido
TEL: 81-166-24-2111 Check-in: 2:00 PM Check-out: 11:00 AM
Asahikawa City is located approximately in the center of Hokkaido, with a view of the Taisetsu Mountains and many rivers that water the plains of Hokkaido, including the Ishikari River. It is the second largest city in Hokkaido and is a beautiful blend of urban life and nature. Because it is located in the Kamikawa Basin, it is known for having hot summers even in cool Hokkaido, while it is famous for cold winters, and the coldest temperature ever recorded in Japan, -41°C. Even with the severe weather, Asahikawa’s rich natural resources and the colorful changing seasons make a town that lets you see the beauty of the four seasons.
Surrounded by the Taisetsu Mountains, Asahikawa has good water and good air, the important ingredients for good food. In this rich environment, Asahikawa’s produce, which every grower works wholeheartedly to grow, is excellent.